CHAT: Re: Correcting a foreigner (was: CONCULTURE: Ayeri calendar again)
|From:||Alexander Savenkov <savenkov@...>|
|Date:||Friday, February 11, 2005, 15:08|
On 2005-02-10T01:30:23+03:00 Isaac Penzev <isaacp@...> wrote:
> Philip Newton wrote:
>> I didn't interpret it as a mock, but simply as a joke based on a
>> supposed misspeaking, such as might have been made when a native
>> English speaker had slipped up in his morphology.
> Ah, ok. That sounds good. I cannot promise that I'll be more
> attentive in my messages wrt grammar, spelling etc., but I'll try to
> exercise my sense of humor ;)
A rather good idea. And remember to pay more attention to your
grammar, spelling etc.
> Thomas R. Wier wrote:
>> I don't think Adrian intended that as a snub, but I suppose he could
>> have been more careful in an electronic forum like this.
> Adrian, if you are reading this, contact me privately, I'm gonna
> bite you ;)
Isaac, if you are reading this, don't bite me anymore. Even in
> -- Yitzik
> P.S. English native speakers, friends! Tell me frankly (but privately!)
> whether my English sounds too foreign...
I wouldn't know where to start. Everyone, have a look: Isaac's English
sounds sooo foreign!
Alexander Savenkov http://www.xmlhack.ru/